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How to Identify a Dangerous Email

On: June, 19th 2019 | Under: Cyber Security, General, Managed Services, Uncategorized

With billions of emails sent every day, there’s a huge opportunity for malware and viruses to find their way into your inbox. While the percentage of emails containing dangerous attachments is relatively low at 2.3 percent, keep in mind that translates to millions of emails. The best defense against malicious content delivered to your inbox is […]

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Computer Troubleshooters Galway West on the move

On: July, 24th 2018 | Under: Uncategorized

Computer Troubleshooters Galway West, is delighted to announce that it has moved to new offices and are now located in the heart of Bearna Village at Aonad 1, Tí Phuirséil. Moving “down the road” giving a more visible presence in an already bustling village.   Computer Troubleshooters, continues to provide on-site and remote IT support […]

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On: March, 31st 2017 | Under: Uncategorized

Did you know today is World Backup Day? When was the last time you backed up your precious photos, important files, that business plan you’ve been working on or assignments? How much would you lose if your laptop/phone stopped working or was stolen? Computer Troubleshooters Galway West are encouraging you to take a few minutes […]

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Virus/ Malware Removal

On: March, 2nd 2017 | Under: Uncategorized

Virus/ Malware Removal Do you suspect your laptop or computer has a virus? Is it running slow or do random windows pop up as you browse the web? Your computer may have an infection, or two. The good news is this can be fixed with a few helpful tips and programs. During this four-step process, […]

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Important Security Alert for Microsoft Windows and Adobe Flash

On: November, 11th 2016 | Under: Uncategorized

On Monday, Google reported that it disclosed a security flaw to Microsoft and Adobe in mid-October. Adobe has already released a patch. Microsoft plans to release theirs last Tuesday, November 8. Since hackers are already exploiting this flaw, your systems may be at risk. Our clients can rest assured that we will apply the patches needed. […]

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